Tom Cruise attended the star-studded crimson carpet premiere of his blockbuster hit movie High Gun: Maverick in Seoul, South Korea, this weekend.
Cruise, who reprised his iconic position of the Navy pilot, Lt. Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell from the 1986 traditional High Gun, revealed his pleasure to satisfy Korean followers as he arrived on the premiere with the movie’s co-stars at Lotte Resort Seoul.
“It has been 4 years since I have been right here. And I may simply really feel the power. We have been all connecting once more and including a degree of pleasure, I felt very excited (to satisfy followers in Korea) and I additionally felt that from the group,” the star mentioned throughout the press convention.
On the occasion, the Mission Inconceivable star, who turns 60 in two weeks, donned a darkish navy blue polo shirt with black denims and black boots.
He took to the stage along with his co-actors together with Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis and Greg Tarzan Davis, and the movie’s producer, Jerry Bruckheimer.
Addressing to his Korean followers, the Fringe of Tomorrow actor mentioned that those that watched High Gun as children again in 1986 will absolutely take pleasure in the brand new sequel.
“Grown-up man, you may take pleasure in that movie, and you may cry in that film, and that‘s OK. It’s for you and it’s for everyone, so take pleasure in,” he added.